Experience the robust scientific content from your own device. The online recording is a valuable reference compiling up to 26.5 hours of audio recordings and slides, SIG meetings, and presentations by award recipients presented at the Scientific Summit in Anaheim, CA. Purchase the complete set, or choose recordings by topic.
If you attended the Scientific Summit the recording is included with your full meeting registration. You may access the sessions from "My Classroom" in your account.
A blizzard on the East Coast didn't keep 13 journalists from the Scientific Summit in Anaheim, CA. Here's media coverage of our plenary lectures, symposia, and award recipients.
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In this RELIEF episode, neuroscientist and science journalist Stephani Sutherland met with Beverly Thorn, recipient of the Wilbert E. Fordyce Clinical Investigator Award at the 2018 Scientific Summit, to discuss her recent clinical trial as well as other areas of pain psychology.
In this RELIEF episode, neuroscientist and science journalist Stephani Sutherland met with Robert Coghill, APS Board member and recipient of the Frederick W. L. Kerr Basic Science Research Award at the 2018 Scientific Summit, to discuss his work and that of others aiming to decipher how the brain contributes to chronic pain.
Pain science changes fast, but your time is limited to keep abreast of new advances and treatments. Those challenges are why IASP condenses the latest pain research, issues, and innovations into 5 packed days for the largest pain science conference on the planet: the World Congress on Pain, September 12–16, 2018, in Boston.
The World Congress on Pain has not been held in the United States since 2002! This is your chance to join more than 7,000 pain professionals in crafting your own relevant learning strategy from among 77 curated topical workshops, 2,300 posters, 22 refresher courses, 15 plenary lectures, 10 satellite symposia, and numerous special sessions and peer-to-peer learning events.